Richard Neuworth successfully concluded more than five years of litigation on behalf of a group of pension plan participants in a complex case under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act. The plaintiffs were former employees of Fleet Reserve Association and vested participants and beneficiaries in the Fleet Reserve Association Pension Plan. After years of litigation, [...]Read More...
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